City Ubiquitous: Place, Communication, and the Rise of Omnitopia
City Ubiquitous is written for students and scholars of the built environment, but it is also meant for anyone who recognizes the odd and frightening pleasures of urbanity. Flowing from airport to hotel to coffee shop to chain restaurant, we glimpse the alienation and fascination of looking, consuming, and communicating in the staccato rhythms of contemporary life. City Ubiquitous investigates this phenomenon, this structure and perception of omnitopia.
Andrew F. Wood. City Ubiquitous: Place, Communication, and the Rise of Omnitopia. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2009.
This document is currently not available here.